Steph Curry plays Wordle with Ayesha after first Warriors buzzer-beater

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Steph plays Wordle with Ayesha after first buzzer-beater originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Steph Curry clearly is a jack of all trades.

After hitting his first career game-winning buzzer-beater against the Houston Rockets on Friday night, the Warriors star played Wordle in bed with his wife Ayesha.

Steph finished with 22 points, shooting 6-for-21 from the field and 4-13 from behind the 3-point line. He made his final attempt of the night, a stepback jumper to secure a win against the Rockets at Chase Center.

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Curry tried to run into the Warriors' tunnel after the shot, but was stopped by Warriors PR, which made him realize it was the first walk-off buzzer-beater of his career.

"It's just how the game goes," Curry told reporters. "I've hit some shots with 0.1, 0.4, one second, whatever it is. Big shots. But it's a different feeling when it's a walk-off. It's good to know what that feels like finally.

"I didn't realize until Raymond and Brett played the best defense of the night, trying not to let me go through the tunnel. It's been seven years since they've been tested like that and they failed last time, I heard, with Andre [Iguodala] in Atlanta. He got all the way to the locker room and they were going to let that happen again. So that's when I realized and kind of came to."

The Warriors will be back at it on Sunday night as they take on the Utah Jazz at Chase Center.

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